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   General Evening Post (Newspaper) - October 26, 1790, London, Middlesex                                ( L   O   N   D V O   N. ) Price Four Pence. From TUESDAY, Oct. 26,  to T FT U R S D A Y,  Oct. 28,  1790. WEDNE SD AY, Oct. 27. fnm tbi LONDON GA ZETT E. St. James's, Oct. 26. SS^fefrQJ^*. ESTERDAY being%he tbs&tfsS, � * Anniverfaryof the&ng's Acceffion to the Throne, when his Majefty entered into the thirty-firft year of his reign, the guns in the Park and at v the Tower were fired at ^t^^^^/�(5^^!v; *>ne o'clock 1 and in the ^O^fe^b^^^y!-*' evening there were illuminations and other public demonstrations of joy, in London and Weftminfter. Dublin, 03. 26. The Rev. Robert Cochran, Vicar of Tallaght, in the County of Dnblini hath been appointed one of his Majefty's Julli^es^of the Peace for faid County. BANKRUPTS. James Marmaduke Rofilter, of Union-ftfeet, iii the parifh of St. Saviour, Soutbwark, Surry, Hohe-mafon; to Surrender No�. a, at ten, 16, at five, and Dec* 7, at ten, at Guildhall, London. Attorney, Mr. Triquet, Craven-ftreetj Strand; Thomas Bamford, ofNewcaflle under Lyme, Staffordshire, hatter; to furrender Nor. z, 3, and Dec. 7, at three, at the Boot, in Newcaftle under Lyme. ."' Attorney, Mr. Sparrow, of Newcaftle under Lyme> or Mefl*. Peake, Southamp* toa-bujldings, London. -        Dividends to Si ntade. ,  John,. Daniel Cailler, Daniel Caiiler, and Charles Frederiels CaUler, of the city of Exeier, merchants and partners ; Dec. 1, .at tour, at Swale's Wine Cellar* iff the Serge-market, in the city of Exeter. Richard Purnell,. late of Abergavenny', Monrnputhfhire, eordwainer} Nori 18, at five, at the White-lion, in Broad-greet^ la/the city of Brifrcl. ,- Philip Leigh and John Leigh, Jate of Dartmouth, Devonshire, merchants and copartners } Nov. 16, at eleven^ at the Ca&le Inn, in Dartmouth. John Thompfon, of High Hoi born, Middlefexj hardware"-inaa'j.Noy. �7, at ten, at Guildhall, London. William Thompfon, of Friday-ftreet, in the city of Loni don, mnhplderj Dec)     at ten, at Guildhall.   Final Div. John Winn, late of the Old Scotch Arms, Bedfordbury, ^within the "Liberty of Weftminfter, victualler} Dec 4, at tenf at Guildhall, London. : Robert Hoakfley, late of New-York, in North-Amend, iut nr/w of Noctingtum-ftreet, in the pari A of St. Miry-je-bone,. Middlesex, merchant 3 Dec. 4, at ten, at Guildhall, London. John Afhwell, late of Birmingham, Warwickshire, mer-car and draper > Nor. 16, at three, at the Swan Tavern, in Bufl-ftreeQ Birmingham.   Final Divi ,.' N   , -      Dividend adjourned. f Richard Clarke, of Loye-lane, Aldermanburyj London, merchant; March ij at ten, at Guildhall* London. ,     . ^Certificate to be grante 1. William Anderfon, of Buih>lane, London, merchant} 811 cr before Nov. 16. - Wilfiam Dudley, of Mjlford-rane, in die Strand, Middle-fex, lighterman; on or before Nov. 16. .  , ,   Bankruptcy enlarged. .. Robert Routledge, of Ruflel-comt, Drury-lane, Middlesex^ Ifnito-^raperj to furrecder Nov. a, at ten, at CuiUh.il!, London. COUNTRY   NEWS. TVind/br, Oclbber 25. . This being the Anni-Wrfary of his Majefty's Acceffion to the Throne; at noon the final! detachment of the Guards regaining here were drawn up oppofite the eafl-fide bf the Caftle, in the Little Park, and firfed a feu dejoye. His Majefty this morning bunted with his hv � tiars.   ... Her Majefty, at noon, with the PrinceiTeb Royal and Auguftai and Lady Howe, took an airing in a poft-coach, and paid fome vifits in this neighbourhood. This day, three troops of the tenth, or Prince bf Wales's own regiment of light dragoons, inarched in here to do garrifdn duty; inftead of the guards. , Fortfinouih) Q8*ler 25. The wbmen were laft night fent afhore from Admiral Cornifh's fquadron, and this evening they gt>V under weigh ; but the tviijdis te'Verjr fpjire, they will be obliged to drop anchor againi iinlefs a breefce {brings up'. They are ttow tiding down to St. Helen's. Tfee following are the fhips which cbmp'ofe this fijoadhm: Guns: Ships. Ma>ibofoiigh C4bderi Cumberland Orion Ardent Lion. Prfifcrpine 74j 74 64. 28 Commanders. Rear Adm. Si Corinifti Capt. C. CraVeh ^-H. CdllinS --J. Macbridff --^ C.Chaniberlayne -J. Vaftaii S. Pinch , ^-E. t. SAithi This being th� Anniverfary of his Majeftyh AcceJEbn to the Throne, a Royatiklate frdih the guns upon the Saluting, Battery Was fired af tx o'clock, by the company bf Royal Artillery j and the'fhips of war at Spithead, above 80 in number, at one o'clock, fired a Royal falute of zi guns eaoht - P&^Bfk^OfJober 24. Sailed this morning fot PocMaeuthi his Maje%'s foipt Vztistt* Bom^XaHfe -Egmont 74 74 74 74 74 Capt. I>. of Clarence - SbT. Rich -- 1. t. Dtfckworth - J. Ford "  * C. Hope. 'f he, 3H��nU�l# of 74 gnns, m\\ alfo fa2 for r^iipi^^'QEiw of the.weeki She at present tem�tH in the Sound with the Zebra floOpi-aad Cyclops frigate-�he jatter arrive* (kis day. IRELAND. Dublin, 03. 20. Yefterday commenced the firft experiment on the penitentiary plan under the direction of Sir Jerome Fitzpatrick, In-fpe&or-General of prifons, and feverai convids were removed from the New-Prifon to the apartments devoted to that purpofe in the Bridewell of St. James-ftreet. J       0___ SHIP. NEWS. Deal, Off.. 25. Came down the Nemefis frigate, and failed with the Robert, Hooper, for St. Vincent's; GrenviHe, Dixoo, for Jamaica; Beoey, Boyle, for Limerick; Dublin, Kidney, for Dublin ; and Libertv, Evans, fax Naples. Remains In the Downs bis Majefty's "(hip Di&ator. Wind N. N.W. Gravefatd, Off. 25. Parted by the Anna Maria, Chriftian, and Sarah, Sommers, from St. Andero j Four Brothers, "'�i from Rotterdam ; and Amrtfj Spencer, for Jamaica. LONDON. On Monday night Mr. Long arrived in town froml Paris. He brought letters with him from his. Excellency Earl Gower,. his Majeily'j Am-baiTador at the Court of France. Mr. I*itt, �n receiving the letters; held a Meeting of the Cabinet Miniiters at his houfe in Downing-ftreet, which was attended by the Duke of Richmond, Earl of Chatham, and "Mr. Secretary Grenville; and at half pall one o'clock yefterday morning, Mr. Flint, the Meffenger, was fent off with letters to the King at Windfor Lodge* with orders to wait till feven o'clock, which is the hour his Majefty generally gets out of bed, and to deliver the letters to the King as he was going to hear morning prayers, which he did, and returned to town yefterday at twelve o'clock. On his return a Council was held at the Secretary of State's Office for Foreign Affairs, Whitehall, which was attended by all the Cabinet Minifters in town, and fat till fqaf o'clock, when the Dake of Leeds difpatched one of his MefTengers in Waiting with letters to Earl Gower at Paris. This difpatch, and the event upon which it is founded, namely, the decifion "bf the National Affembly of France, in favour of tthe Minifters, is important to England. We are led to believe that things are likely to take a turn in France favourable to this country. It was the party of the��-ragset that made the famous report of the 25th of Auguft/where a warlike conclufion is drawn fo in-conlifteotly from pacific premifes. On that report the decree was made for fulfilling the Family Compatt, and for arming 45 fhips. That party only were fufpicious of England, and they alorie were for interfering in our difpute. In their queftion of Tuefday and Wednefday Iaft they failed, and the Minifters of France thereby de  rived llrength which they had not before. It is not, therefore, unlikely, that their influence will be exerted in preventing a war between England and Spain. Yefterday a volume of 440 pages iflued from the prefs under the name of M. de Cai.onne. Its title is, " De l'Etat de la France, present et A VEt^ir." M. de Calonne, in this volume, condemns the National Affembly for their refolution to arm, which he avers wis not provoked by the conduft of England. -Neither its King nor its Minifter had any hoftile views againft France* This he can fay from his own obfervation-for he has lived three " years in England, and has never been de-�* ceived by an Englishman." One of the Treafury Meflengers was fent off yefterday morning to bring the Lord Chancellor to town from Buxton. Saturday's Gazette, it is expefled, will contain an order for all Lieutenants of the Royal Navy upon half-pay to prefsnt themfelves for ferrice to the Admiralty within a certain time, under the penalty of being ftruck off the lift. When the Emperor quitted Frankfort on the 15th inft. he had the mortification to leave the King of Naples iff of the fmall-pox. Yefterday artjveji at the 'General Port Oitice One LiAon lMlft� brought to Falmouth by the Expedition psweet boat* Capt. Rofiien, after a pleafant pafiafe of fix days. The pffle^gers hbme in the Expedition were, the Barpn Hbggttife and his fervant, Mrs. Mot-tier, and fttdiftreffed BritimfabjeRs. Bjr tbef Expedition we learn, that the Bull-dog flobp of warr Capt. Peyton, had arrived at Lif-bon .with difpatehes from General O'Hara at Gibraltar^ IP be forwarded by the packet to London; imd had returned to her ftation on the tpfh of October j that the g*rrifon of Gibraltar were in pfcrfcft health and fpirits, arid were in anxioos exftWEtatiOfj of a war j that 300 men hstd beeri added ttf the riumber already employed in cdrapMttiitf the Spariifh lines; and that the forces i& thofe fortifications were to be augmented to 860c effectfveVmeri; .diie of the new Je gui) ftiips is ofdered for Gibraltar immediately, and Sir Robert Boyd, the new Governor^ fs expected lib take his paffage in her to that^afrifon. ; OA the 2oih of September ftie brig Penelef e, Robert Kerf, mstfeY, from Barbadoes, bound for Oreenock, fpoke flie Favourite JohiK, Cowd^ Mid the St; Johft/ Hafeifen* from Portfraouth, boani /or Qgebec wrih the Aoyal artillefy on hoar'd, on tie Banks of Ne^foanAaiid. Tht      J^ftnpliijwi^l^ftm^^ 'to Batavii, is loft ac Faff; Bay, fltaf'the Cape of Good Hop�^ !Capt. James Montagu, fon of the Admiral, is named to command the Montagu, of 74 guns, , fitting at Portfmouth, and ready for cornmiffion: and the,Rev. Mr. Montagu, eldiffifon of the Admiral, is appointed one of the Prebends of the Cathedral Church of Chichefter, by the Biihop of that Diocefe, in the room of the Rev". George Falhill, deceafed. It is not only in Esgland that the name of Edmund Burke is borne by men oftagh political talents. The King of Denmark has appointed M. Edmond Boarke Ambaftador Extraordinary at Warfiyv. A new order is iflued for the Guards. They are not to march till Monday ; and inftead of proceeding dire&ly to Portfmouth, they are to be quartered at Chichefter, Southampton, and Wia-chefter. Yefterday new knapfacks were delivered to all the men belonging to the guards who have been draughted for foreign fervice. They are con-ftru&ed of thin canvafs, painted a light orange j colour to keep out the wet. The old ones, which were of goat's ikin, were returned. Anew invention has lately taken place on beard reveral of the {hips of war in refpeft to the naval ordnance, by fixing a lock over each of the touch-holes, by which they will be difcharged without having recourfe to matches as heretofore. This experiment is expe&ed to be productive of much good; in particular in cafe of fires on board fhips, too common in warm engagements. There being no Court of Aldermen yefterday at Guildhall, the Mafter and Warden* of the Company of Bakers waited on the Lord-Mayor at Gnildhall, to affix the aflize of bread, and there being a confiderable fall in the.price of wheat at the Corn Market fmce laft Tuefday, his Lordihipwas induced to reduce the price of br n was lately delivered in Lancaflvire of four children, two boys, and two girls; and what is remarkable* the boys have each of them two. thumbs on each of their hands. MARRIED.] On Friday laft, at the houfe of Lieutenant-General Horn Elphinftone, in George-ftreet, Edinburgh, Wijliam Wemyfs, Efq. of Cuttlehill, to Mifs Eleonora Jean Dalrymple, fifth, daughter to Lieutenant-General Horn Elphinftone. DIED.] On Friday, Samuel Hunn, Efq; an Alderman of Plymouth, and many years Mafter Cooper of his Majefty's Vidtualling-office there. -Monday, at his houfe at Brook-Green, Ham-merfmith, Jofeph Hitchcox, Efq. aged 73.- � On Friday laft, John Bailey, Efq.-A few days agOi at his houfe in Edinburgh, John Macarthur, Profeflbrof the Ancient Martial Mufie of Scotland, and Piper to the,Highland Society. 896-5 BAY LEY and LOWE, Perfumers, Cockfpur-Street, beg leave to acquaint the Nobility and Gentry> that Hemet's Essence of Pbarl and Peari, Dentifrice for the Tbeth and GtJMS, will continue to be prepared in the fame manjner as in his life time, and by the fame perfon who always prepared it for him ; and will be fold whblefale and retail as ufual at their (hop iri Cockfpur-flreet, and retail by their appointment at Mr. Newbery's Medicine Warehoufe, No. 45, St. Paul?s Church-yard; by Price aud Son, in Leadenhall-ftreet ; and Mr. Seaman, No. 62, New Borid-ftreet. price 2s. gd. each, Stamps included. . N. B. None are genuine but what have a-Label, with the Wdrds, " Bayley' and Lowe, Coclefpur-ftreeti London," palled on each bottle and box. [2185 For   F I X E D  PA INS/ MEDICAMENlUM ANODYNUM. THIS is an external Application, which has been long ufed in private Practice, arid found to be i ibeft effefliiial Remedy for all local and fixed Pains, whether '151 ther Side, the Stomaehj Bowelsj Back^ or any other Part; and is particularly ferviceahie in Pleurifies, Peripneu-monies, Rbeumatifmsj the Lumbago, &C It is applied in the Form of a Plafter- to the Part affected, will generally re-* n�ve the Pain in t very ihort Time  and is fold only by Frand* Newbeify, at the New Warehoufe for Dv. James's Powder, No. 45, in St. Pail's ChnictjYard, a few Doors- an *ie Coach Way, from the Corner of Cheapfide, Londos; in PickeU- Pvi� 5s- l** ttth, DwtyiBclude*. A R M Y. Several lieutenancies, and Ensigns commissions in n�w corps to be DtS. posed of. Letters, PoftSjpaid, addKffed to w. Wentferth, Efq.' at Mr. Lewthwat's, Hatter, in Lombard-ftreet^ wi(l bcduly attended to. [1585 w A   CURACY, ANTED immediately, by ajyonog Geti-tleman in full- Orders,  in ale County, of Salop, Stafford, Cheiler, Derby,-or .Nottingham, or in d� Weft-Riding of York/hire, in a Market-Town, or neat Village, whert a commodious �L,ufe may be had, either Patfonage* 0,r otherA'ife. Letters (Poft-paih) addreffed to G.J. at Walker's Printing-ink Warehoufe, York, will be duly attended to.     [�5f9> To the NOBILITY and GENTRY.    ' AMIDDLE-AGED MAN, yi/ell verfed in .tflie following Branches, rii. Gardening, Game-keeping, and Agriculture, wiihes to ferve any of the Nobility or Gentry in either Capacity, or to fuperintend the Whole. %* Writes a good Hand, and underftands Accompts. ^ Pleafe to direct to Y. Z. at London.Stile Farm and Gardens, near Kew-Bridge, Middlefex. [*S73 R O P L E Y, Oftober 4jth, 1790* \lT7'i*EREAS upwards of 10 Years ago W1L- V V LIAM LAWRENCE, a Labourer, ran away from the Paritfi of Ropley, in the County of Southampton, and left his Family chargeable there, and hath not been feen or heard of at Ropley fince, and it is fuppofed he is dead. Therefore Notice is hereby given, That if any Perfon will give Information to the Parifh Officers of Ropley, when and where the faid William Lawrence died, or if living, wherft He is now to be found, he ihall receive a Reward of Two Guineas from the faid Parifh Officers. �2580 N. B. The faid William Lawrence was formerly a Miihia-Man in the SufTex MDitia t he is abuut 38 Years old, about five Feet ten Inches high, and of a dark Complexion. BEDFORDSHIRE. To be SOLD by Private Contract, AVery defirable FREEHOLD ES 1'ATE, fituate in the Pariflies-of Pulloxhill and Higham-Go-bion, iuthe County of Bedford ; confifting of a good Farm-houfe wirH �'i convenient Out-Houfas, in good and fubftan-tial Repair} fixty acres of exceeding good inclofed Meadow and P-irture Lar.j, lying perfectly compa�t; and now in the Occupation of William Plurcer, Tenant at Will (who will Ak-w the Premiics), atth? very low Rent of 85!. per A.inuno J diftant from London thirty-eight miles, and from Kitchen four Miles. For further Particulars, inquire of Mr. Henry Arlington* Attorney, at Hcrtfo
                            

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